Secret Goddesses of Tantra
An Esoteric Understanding of Tantra and Philosophical Interpretation of Dasha Mahavidyas
Mehul Vora is an accomplished writer, speaker, astrologer and a proponent of ancient Indian culture and Tantra. He is a vivid reader of ancient texts which inspire him to interpret knowledge in a simplified manner so that everyone can relish the treasures of wisdom. He has written on many topics that range from ancient history to world mythology.
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Bagalmukhi is a tantric deity in the Dasha Mahavidyas pantheon. She has a distinct iconography she is said to have a crane head giving her name “Bagalamukhi or crane headed. She is a three-eyed goddess depicted having golden skin and wearing bright yellow clothes. A crescent moon adorns her head. She is seated on a
The Brahmanda Purana states that Ahobilam was the kingdom of Hiranyakasipu in the Satyuga and Lord Narasimha comes out of a pillar from the place of the demon. Ahobilam, located in Karnool district of Andhra Pradesh in the hills of the eastern ghats, In addition to the nine shrines, there is a temple for Prahaladavarada Varadhan
Lord Vishnu in form of Alarnatha, situated at Brahmagiri, a hilly area, at a distance of 24 km from Jagannatha Puri, once burnt his hand while honoring food offered by a small boy, if you happen to visit there the priest would happily show you the burnt finger of the Lord. Lord Alarnatha (or Alalanatha)
Food without salt is certainly incomplete. Salt plays a crucial role in enhancing taste, texture and also balances the food. Even if there is less salt we find the food incomplete. But there is a temple in south India that gives Prasadam without salt. The temple of Uppaliappan in Kumbakonam prepares food without salt and